- Option 1: $15 for three $10 vouchers good for skating, laser tag or game tokens ($30 value)
- Option 2: $92.50 for a Supreme Birthday Package ($185 value)
- Party for up to 8 guests includes roller skating and rental, one game of laser tag per guest and 48 video game tokens
- 2-hour party includes 2 large pizzas, unlimited pop and popcorn, snow cones, party table/supplies, personal greeting and t-shirt and button for birthday boy/girl
- Add extra guests for $8.95 each
- Have fun and get in shape
- Open daily
- Promotion Expires December 31, 2013
DealChicken's wheelin' and dealin' in St. Cloud today! For just $15, customers receive three $10 certificates ($30 worth) good for skate and laser tag admissions plus their roller skate and equipment rental to boot. Save 50% and get busy shakin' a tail feather at locally owned-and-operated Skatin' Place. With all the coin saved through this eggstra-special skating deal, pop a few quarters into some classic arcade games in between skating to your favorite tunes. Bring a date, a friend, Mom or Dad; roller skating is nostalgic and healthy fun for all ages. Or, for just $92.50, get a birthday party package for up to 8. Guests enjoy skate admission and rental, plus laser tag and arcade tokens. After skating, partygoers can stuff themselves with pizza, pop, popcorn and snowcones. Bonus - the birthday boy or girl gets a personal greeting on the microphone plus a t-shirt and glow button to mark the occasion. Get these great deals before they rolls on by!
For more than 25 years, Skatin' Place of St. Cloud has rolled out fun for families, teens and kids alike. In addition to skating, there's laser tag, an arcade and a snack bar. Sport some glow sticks on 'Black Out' Friday night skates, and load up on pizza, soda, and all the games you can handle! Open for sessions Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and private group parties on Mondays, Skatin' Place also offers several birthday bash packages to choose from.
$15 for three $10 vouchers good for skating, laser tag or game tokens ($30 value)
Did you know that in 1980, Scott and Brennan Olsen of Minneapolis stumbled upon a pair of inline skates, which sparked the idea of roller training for off-season hockey? They redesigned the skate and launched today's well-known company, Rollerblade, Inc.